Monthly Archives: March 2008

Tea Jag

I’m on a tea jag, brewing loose leaf to be exact.  I still drink about the same amount of coffee and am still just as passionate about the bean as always, but I’m way into the smooth, relaxing aspect of … Continue reading

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Bill Gates on a Sunday Morning

Just in terms of allocation of time resources, religion is not very efficient. There’s a lot more I could be doing on a Sunday morning.  – Bill Gates, found on Quote of the Day

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Summer Garden Phase 1

My hope is to turn it into a community garden. Phase 2 to come.

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“W” in Shreveport

This mornings Times has some good news about yet another movie ("W.") coming to be filmed here.  This one looks to be a biggie, with Oliver Stone directing it.  It will be a Nixon-like movie about Bush’s presidency.  Should be … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday

Altar table in Frost Chapel tonight at FBC. Design by Elane Blackwell.

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Cross for Lent

"The believer’s cross is no longer any and every kind of suffering, sickness, or tension, the bearing of which is demanded.  The believer’s cross is, like that of Jesus, the price of social nonconformity.  It is not, like sickness or … Continue reading

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My Sunday

It’s been a good day.  I . . . preached a Palm Sunday message, "Two Lords" (audio soon to come) in our Sanctuary Service went to the R.W. Norton Art Gallery (what an incredible collection!  I had no idea) with … Continue reading

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